Lester Napoleon Green, A.K.A. Beetlejuice, is an American comedian and actor born on June 2, 1968. Green is best known for his affiliation with “The Howard Stern Show.” He has a medical condition called microcephaly and dwarfism, which is the reason for his miniature height. His career goes back to 1999, and he has created an impact in Hollywood. He is a talented comedian and actor, which is why we’re celebrating his special day today!
Lester Napoleon Green
June 2, 1968
Beetlejuice is an American comedian and actor whose talent has earned him fans worldwide. He was born on June 2, 1968, to Christopher Palid and Lillie Green, in New Jersey. He is of African American descent and a Gemini. He was diagnosed with dwarfism and microcephaly as a child. He had an intellectual disability and a condition that made his small head proportionate to his body. He attended middle school and was discovered by Sean Rooney.
Green joined Rooney’s dwarf tossing company. This is where he was given the nickname ‘Beetlejuice.’ He appeared on “The Howard Stern Show,” and his debut appearance on the said show was in July 1999. His manager, Rooney, was promoting his dwarf-tossing business on Stern’s show and took him alongside other dwarfs for it. This is where Beetlejuice first met Stern, who liked him immediately. Stern would eventually invite him multiple times on the show.
Beetlejuice became a popular guest on Stern’s show. In 2000, Stern asked him to receive the 17th A.V.N. Awards on his behalf, and Beetlejuice did, giving the acceptance speech. He proceeded to feature in music videos and even had his song. In 2009, he featured on his five-episode reality show “This Is Beetle,” which debuted on Howard T.V.
After five years hiatus, Beetlejuice returned to “The Howard Stern Show” as a guest. In February 2022, his manager launched an N.F.T. on Goldin’s auction platform. This N.F.T. was a physical rookie card signed by Beetlejuice. It received 21 bids and sold for $15,000.
One can agree that the man Beetlejuice has had quite an unusual but successful career. He has an active social media presence and a massive following. He is currently single and doesn’t have kids.
Lester Green debuts as Beetlejuice with Rooney and some other dwarfs on “the Howard Stern Show.”
Beetlejuice receives the prestigious A.V.N. Awards on behave of Stern, delivering an outstanding acceptance speech.
Beetlejuice appears in the music video ‘Grimey,’ by the New York rapper N.O.R.E.
Beetlejuice launches and features on his five-episode reality show, “This Is Beetle.”
Why We Love Beetlejuice
He’s inspired many people
People with Beetlejuice’s condition are often written off by society. He proves that dreams can be achieved despite medical conditions.
Beetlejuice is a funny comedian. His appearance and demeanor make him naturally funny and entertaining.
He is hardworking
Beetlejuice is quite a hardworking fellow. From his T.V. appearances to his voiceovers, merch, and other ventures, his work ethic is highly commendable.
5 Surprising Facts
He was in “Bubble Boy”
Beetlejuice made an appearance in “Bubble Boy,” a 2001 American Black comedy film directed by Blair Heyes.
Jerry O’Connell’s mother was his teacher
O’Connell revealed that his mother, Linda O’Connell, was Beetlejuice's special needs teacher while they were growing up.
He participated in amateur boxing
Beetlejuice was an amateur boxer, and he fought other dwarfs in the ring.
He dabbled in music
Beetlejuice has a remixed song, ‘Beetle in the House,’ featuring Snoop Dogg, Sean Paul, and Big Freedia.
He voiced a video game character
Beetlejuice voices Zeke in the video game “True Crime: New York City.”
How many Instagram followers does Beetlejuice have?
Beetlejuice has a staggering 2.3 million followers on Instagram.
Who is Beetlejuice’s manager?
After Rooney died in 2009, his brother, Bobby Rooney, took over the job of managing Beetlejuice.
Who was Beetlejuice’s ex?
The brilliant entertainer Beetlejuice was married to Babyjuice for four months, in 2003.
Beetlejuice’s birthday dates